CyberSecurity Training: Attacks on the rise
Employees are the core of any business, and because of this, they are the main target for cyber-criminals. Making sure your people stay up-to-date with cyber-security knowledge, and teaching them how to recognize threats is imperative to the security of your business. The threat landscape is constantly evolving, and so should your approach to defence.
Trained and aware employees are critical to securing an organization, and an effective, ongoing internal security awareness program can help reduce your vulnerability, turning the weakest link in your cyber defences into its greatest strength.
Employees often use the same password for multiple services on the web, such as CRM, e-commerce sites, and social media. Proactive monitoring for stolen and compromised employee data on the dark web allows us to detect when a problem arises before a major breach occurs.
We can send scheduled phishing campaigns, including customized messages to fit each group or department, at random times during a specified period. With an ever-changing threat, it is important that your employees are exposed to all the latest phishing traps set by cyber-criminals
It is not always disgruntled workers and corporate spies who are a threat. Often, it is the non-malicious, uninformed employee. Our easy-to-understand, short and visually engaging training videos end with an online quiz to verify the employee’s retention of the training content.
Measure and Track
Your regular Security Threat Report will demonstrate the overall cybersecurity posture of your organization, to include dark web credential compromises combined with employee phishing and training campaign results.
Why you need a integrated, on-going program.
Cyber-attacks are on the rise; particularly among small- and mid-sized businesses.
You may have the most up-to-date and strongest security systems in place, but this will be a wasted investment if you don’t also train and test your staff.
Threats are ever-evolving and become more sophisticated and harder to detect. Regular training on the latest criminal tactics will help mitigate risk.
Your employees are your first and primary line of defence against online crime. Equip them with the knowledge and skills they need to protect themselves – and your business – from criminal elements